Marine Systems

IYRS has the top Marines Systems School In Rhode Island

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Are you a recent high school student who is developing a revised post-secondary plan due to the impact of COVID-19? Or perhaps you are a career professional with uncertainty in the stability of your job, company, or industry. 

If so, a hands-on education at IYRS will provide you with in-demand skills that last a lifetime and can prepare you to successfully enter or re-enter the job market.

Explore our programs and see how IYRS can help you forge a new path forward. 

Marine Systems | Accredited 6 month program | Enrolls in September & March

Transform your passion for boating into a meaningful and in-demand career as a certified marine technician. IYRS’ hands-on Marine Systems program will prepare you to seamlessly enter the marine industry as a systems technician. Students will take the ABYC (American Boat and Yacht Council) certification exams for the relevant modules. ABYC certification is considered the highest level of industry certification available in the United States. Students will also sit for the National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) Basic Marine Electronics Installer certification exam.

At IYRS, you’ll learn the theory and technologies of both stand-alone and fully-integrated systems and the inner workings of a powerboat down to the most meticulous details. By the time you graduate, you’ll be able to install, repair, and troubleshoot everything from engines and electrical systems to computer-based electronics and hydraulics.

During this program, you'll build free-standing, complete simulation panels that contain the essential systems that go into modern boats and apply the knowledge you've learned in an industry externship, gaining valuable resume-building experience.

Curriculum

Experience the Marine Systems program

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SHOP SKILLS

  • Electrical and Electronic
  • Systems
  • Steering (Mechanical & Hydraulic)
  • Marine Pumps
  • Fuel Systems
  • Diesel & Gasoline Engines
  • LPG Systems
  • A/C and Refrigeration
  • Plumbing Systems
  • Basic Fiberglass

PROFESSIONAL SKILLS

  • Project Management
  • Entrepreneurialism
  • Teamwork & Communication
  • Time Management